I HATE 2 OUT OF 3 AMERICANS (yes, I’m not a coward)

I HATE 2 OUT OF 3 AMERICANS (yes, im not a coward)
I posted this an hour ago and got no liker or haters or nothing. Have you all gone numb, dumb or just cowardly in general.

“Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe torture can be justified to extract information from suspected terrorists, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, a level of support similar to that seen in countries like Nigeria where militant attacks are common.”

Torturing anyone, let alone someone innocent, is a crime against humanity. I have made it my life’s work to bring the Americans before a tribunal before I die. If you know me, you know some people should start preparing for a G5 forced flight to The Hague, The Netherlands. I am the storm!

Stop by and I will tell you what torture is – from experience. Then you too will feel my anger and not resent me for hating 2 out of 3 Americans
http://www.salon.com/2016/04/01/united_states_of_torture_when_it_comes_to_enhanced_interrogation_americans_agree_with_donald_trump/

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Ray is a writer, columnist, contributor and subeditor for a large number of groups, pages and blogs - with a wide global network. He is the International Coordinator at Pursuance Project and The Pirate Party of Norway. Furthermore he sits on the board of several organisations, including Barrett Brown's Pursuance Project and Pirate Parties International. He is a Human Rights and Privacy Activist, a Hacktivist and is heavily involved in whistleblower support.

2 thoughts on “I HATE 2 OUT OF 3 AMERICANS (yes, I’m not a coward)

  1. anyone that had been tortured would have to agree with it as they would want to torture the persons that tortured them and were accessory to it and so it would be hypocritical to say your were compleately opposed to torture.

    regards
    MR A person that was irregularly renditioned and was enhanced interrogated and torured.

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    • I am not sure what you are saying here. I am not sure who you are calling hypocritical. In fact you are not getting through to me at all.

      I have endured “very sadistic torture” and I can say quite clearly that I would not torture my torturers. I would kill them in a second if they stepped in front of me, sure. But not torture, ever.

      That said, it is normal to feel the need for revenge. Naturally a person will feel like that. The big difference is that the state should not be allowed to sanction torture. This is well established in treaties for a long time. Besides you would have to be a complete moron to suggest that a country should have the right to such an atrocity. No judge, no peers – just evil people running around and kidnapping and torturing possibly innocent souls. arrrghh

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